If you love your food, you’re going to love Princess Cruises!
They are well known for providing the freshest food at sea – bread and pastries are baked from scratch onboard 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Steaks aged and hand cut onboard and homemade ice cream is made every day by the fantastic chefs – you’ll be spoilt for choice.
Chocoholics will adore Princess Cruises’ Chocolate Journeys, created by master chocolatier, Norman Love. You can indulge in his decadent desserts in the main dining rooms, sip the signature chocolate cocktail and even pamper yourself with a chocolate spa treatment in the Lotus Spa.
This summer time cruise takes in some of the most charming ports of calls in the whole of the Mediterranean. Including – Barcelona, Corsica, Rome, Florence/Pisa, Genoa, Marseille and Gibraltar.
There will be three formal nights during this sailing, so don’t forget to pack your glad rags and take part in Princess Cruises’ signature Champagne Waterfall.
- Onboard accommodation, meals and entertainment
- Taxes, fees and port expenses
- 24-hour room service* some additional charges may apply
- Day 1 – Southampton, United Kingdom
- Day 2 – At sea
- Day 3 – At sea
- Day 4 – At sea
- Day 5 – Barcelona, Spain, arrive 9:00am, depart 6:00pm
- Day 6 – Corsica (Ajaccio), France, arrive 12:00pm, depart 7:00pm
- Day 7 – Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy, arrive 7:00am, depart 7:00pm
- Day 8 – Florence/Pisa (Livorno), Italy, arrive 7:00am, depart 7:00pm
- Day 9 – Genoa, Italy, arrive 7:00am, depart 5:00pm
- Day 10 – Marseille (Provence), France, arrive 8:00am, depart 5:00pm
- Day 11 – At sea
- Day 12 – Gibraltar, British Overseas Territory, arrive 9:00am, depart 4:00pm
- Day 13 – At sea
- Day 14 – At sea
- Day 15 – Southampton, United Kingdom, arrive 7:00am
Known as the ‘Cradle of the Renaissance’ Florence is busting with museums, palaces and churches and is home to some of the greatest artistic treasures in the world. The Uffizi Gallery houses some of the most important works of the Renaissance, including works by Michelangelo, Botticelli, Giotto and Leonardo da Vinci. It’s no wonder the city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte, the Emperor of France, Corsica has been part of France for more than 200 years. It has a rich history with its own distant feel from mainland France, known as ‘A Land of Many Faces’ it has a mix of cultures from Romanesque ruins, baroque churches and quaint little villages.
Corsica is like its own mini continent as it has an amazing range of geographical diversity. With everything from of white-sand beach, razor shape peaks and deep gorges. It’s an ideal location for outdoor enthusiasts, as the best way to explore the isle is my foot.
Prices may change and cruises are subject to availability.
|Date:||20 August 2016|
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